North County High School

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Coordinates: 39°16′37″N 76°36′26″W / 39.276828°N 76.607329°W / 39.276828; -76.607329

North County High School
10 E. First Avenue
Glen Burnie, MD, 21061
Motto Greatness is Within Every Knight
Founded 1991
School district Anne Arundel County Public Schools
Principal Julie Cares
Grades 9-12
Number of students 2,013[1]
Campus Coastal area Suburban
School color(s) Red, Black, Sliver
Mascot Knight
Yearbook Knight Life

North County High School is a public high school located in Glen Burnie, Maryland and it is part of the Anne Arundel County Public Schools system. The school was established in 1991 when Andover High School and Brooklyn Park High School were merged to form North County High School. Later moved into the former Lindale Junior High School building, Lindale moving to the former Andover site. The school mascot is the Knight and the school colors are silver, red, white and black, chosen by the school students and faculty of both Andover and Brooklyn Park High Schools. North County's rival is Glen Burnie High School

North County High School has a rigorous STEM Magnet Program, and the IT3 (International Trade, Transportation, and Tourism) Signature Program. The school has a multitude of college course offerings such as Advanced Placement. North County became one of the campuses for Anne Arundel Community College in 2012.

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Fall Winter Spring
Cheerleading Basketball Baseball
Cross Country Cheerleading Lacrosse
Field Hockey Indoor Track Softball
Football Swimming Tennis
Golf Wrestling Track and Field


North County High School offers varies after-school activity for students including:

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